Elk County- Joseph Haines, CNB Vice-President of Commercial Banking and Dustin Minarchick, CNB Market President, Amanda Wagner, Regional Manager Officer CNB Bank, and Zane Morgan, Commercial Banking Assistant CNB Bank presented a generous donation St. Marys Area United Way.
As per Joe Haines, “We are thrilled to support the St. Marys Area United Way 2023 campaign. At CNB Bank, we believe in the power of community and the importance of giving back. By supporting United Way, we are helping to create a stronger and more vibrant community for all. We are proud to be a part of this incredible initiative and look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on our local area.”
Accepting the check on behalf of the St Marys Area United Way was Doug Gaffey, United Way President; Jason Gabler, United Way Corporate Campaign Chair; Jim Ryan, United Way Vice-President; and Doug Bauer, United Way Payroll Campaign Chair
CNB’s $2,500 donation will support the St. Marys Area United Way 2023 campaign. The United Way’s 2023 campaign goal is $200,000. Funding raised in 2023 will be available for eligible organizations to seek grant funding for 2024. In order to be eligible for funding from the St. Marys Area United Way, an agency must: have a current 501(c)(3) status, provide services to citizens living within the St. Marys Area School District, provide services to meet health and human welfare needs, and be registered with the PA State Bureau of Charitable Solicitation or be exempt from registration. The St. Marys Area United Way encourages any organization interested in seeking grant funding to inquire by calling 814.781.6000 to receive an application or visit www.smauw.org. The 2024 grant application deadline will be December 15, 2023, with grant awards announced in 2024.
As a result of the 2022 campaign, the St. Marys Area United Way provided grant awards in 2023 to Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Boys & Girls Club of St. Marys, Boys Scouts-Bucktail Council, CAPSEA, Catholic Charities, City of St. Marys Parks and Recreation, Crystal Fire Department, Dickinson Center, Elkland Search Rescue, First United Methodist Church, Girl Scouts of Western PA, Guardian Angel Center, St. Marys Area School District, St. Marys Library, and the Veteran’s Memorial-Eternal Flame located on the Diamond downtown St. Marys.
The St. Marys Area United Way has served the citizens of the City of St. Marys and surrounding counties since 1925. The St. Marys Area United Way relies on contributions from companies and local individuals. Those donations support the financial needs of non-profit agencies that serve the health and human welfare needs of our community. If you would like to become one of these individual or corporate donors, please call 781.6000.